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FOOD IN TRINIDAD
During the different periods of its history Trinidad was occupied by Spanish, French and British colonisers. The local inhabitants, the Amerindians, are very hardworking people. On the island live also Africans, Indians, Chinese and people from the Middle East and Portugal. This bouquet of nations has created the delectable melange that is the cuisine of Trinidad. It is impossible to go hungry in Trinidad. More than that, people have a real difficulty when it is time to decide what to eat next. Trini warmth and hospitality have created a mosaic of culinary styles. When African slaves arrived in Trinidad, they brought with them the big stews and one-pot foods. Within the years these have been changed and created fine dishes, like pelau (see above), callaloo and macaroni pie. The most favourite ingredients for Trini-style stew are red beans and meat. Rich and delicious soups, like beef soup, cowheel soup and oxtail soup are an essential part of the Creole cuisine. Among the spices, curry is the best loved in Trinidad. Chicken, duck and goat meat can be curried the best. Curried duck is usually cooked over an open flame, on a riverbank in an iron pot. Roti and doubles are the preferred dishes in the south Trinidad. Chokas is a well-liked choice for breakfast.
It is made from roasted and pounded vegetables usually eaten with sada roti, very similar to naan bread.You can go to Penal, a town in the south part of Trinidad and eat some of the delicious aloo pies, which are made from fried potatoes; or pholourie – fried balls of ground peas; or barfi – coconut fudge; or goolab jamoom – milk balls in sweet syrup.There are Chinese restaurants everywhere – in the capital city of Trinidad and in every small town. You can feel the distinctive flavour of Cantonese spices and ingredients. If you are planning to start your own business and open a restaurant in this country, call Trinidad & Tobago for cheap.There is a big number of food festivals in Trinidad. They show the island’s diverse cuisine. The biggest food festival in Trinidad, Taste T&T, is organized annually. It represents a culinary heaven and goes on for two nights. 

FOOD IN TRINIDAD

During the different periods of its history Trinidad was occupied by Spanish, French and British colonisers. The local inhabitants, the Amerindians, are very hardworking people. On the island live also Africans, Indians, Chinese and people from the Middle East and Portugal. This bouquet of nations has created the delectable melange that is the cuisine of Trinidad. It is impossible to go hungry in Trinidad. More than that, people have a real difficulty when it is time to decide what to eat next. Trini warmth and hospitality have created a mosaic of culinary styles. When African slaves arrived in Trinidad, they brought with them the big stews and one-pot foods. Within the years these have been changed and created fine dishes, like pelau (see above), callaloo and macaroni pie. The most favourite ingredients for Trini-style stew are red beans and meat. Rich and delicious soups, like beef soup, cowheel soup and oxtail soup are an essential part of the Creole cuisine. Among the spices, curry is the best loved in Trinidad. Chicken, duck and goat meat can be curried the best. Curried duck is usually cooked over an open flame, on a riverbank in an iron pot. Roti and doubles are the preferred dishes in the south Trinidad. Chokas is a well-liked choice for breakfast.

It is made from roasted and pounded vegetables usually eaten with sada roti, very similar to naan bread.You can go to Penal, a town in the south part of Trinidad and eat some of the delicious aloo pies, which are made from fried potatoes; or pholourie – fried balls of ground peas; or barfi – coconut fudge; or goolab jamoom – milk balls in sweet syrup.There are Chinese restaurants everywhere – in the capital city of Trinidad and in every small town. You can feel the distinctive flavour of Cantonese spices and ingredients. If you are planning to start your own business and open a restaurant in this country, call Trinidad & Tobago for cheap.There is a big number of food festivals in Trinidad. They show the island’s diverse cuisine. The biggest food festival in Trinidad, Taste T&T, is organized annually. It represents a culinary heaven and goes on for two nights. 

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